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Feb 4, 2013 8:00am PST
funding for this program was provided by... joanne: infancy is a truly unique and wondrous time of life. those of us who work with babies are able to enjoy the rapid growth that occurs during the child's earliest years and form deep, affectionate bonds with each baby in our care-- bonds that we now know can impact a child for life. but sometimes, caring for infants and toddlers in a group setting can be demanding and difficult. how do we know when we are doing the right thing with our infants and toddlers? what if a baby won't stop crying? what if a toddler refuses to put on her jacket? and what about those magnificent temper tantrums for which 2-year-olds are so famous? hello. i'm joanne hendrick, the author of the whole child and your guide to this video series. in this program, we're going to look at some of the important components that go into providing consistent, one-on-one relationships with infants and toddlers in group settings. we'll observe some infant and toddler programs in private child-care centers, university lab schools, and family day-care homes, and we'll hea
Feb 27, 2013 8:00am PST
of california. >> welcome back to "california country." >> joanne neft didn't start out a few years ago yearning to become a food rock star, but now, in placer county, her swirl of bright gray hair turns heads everywhere she goes. >> 20 years ago, i started the farmers' markets in placer county. and i thought to myself, what could we do that would help people understand that there's something wonderful to eat in placer county every day of the year? i had a friend, susan dupre, who came for lunch in december, and we had what i had picked up at the farmers' market on saturday. and so we finished our little lunch, and she pushed her chair back from the table, and she said, "why don't you just write a cookbook?" >> so along with professional chef laura kenny, joanne decided to show her friend and the rest of us just how it's done. >> so we started two weeks after we decided we were going to, and we had dinner, just the 4 of us, on january 5, and it was awesome. so we decided we should invite some more people to come with us. >> joanne and laura invited different folks over for dinner every monday ni
Feb 8, 2013 2:05am PST
, but how great. >> excellent. we can't wait. >> joanne archer is our first lucky lady. she's 53 years old from long island, new york. she never wears makeup. she doesn't even own any, she says. joanne walks by our plaza every day on her way to work, but decided to delay work. jill ambushed her. for a few hours and get pampered. >> good for her. >> joanne is going to be late to work because we yanked you off the streets. what do you think? >> i'm in. yeah, i'm for it. why not? i would never do it on my own. >> have you always looked like this? have you ever had a different look? >> i've had the same for 30 plus years maybe. oh. >> yeah. ready for a change? >> yeah. >> what is, cliff, your husband going to say? >> he will think i went crazy. what did you agree to? >> surprise! >> guess who is here? cliff is here with his blindfold on. so is her co-worker, shelly. okay, guys. please keep on your blindfolds until i give you the green light. here is joanne archer before. all right, joanne, let's see the new you. ♪ isn't she lovely? ♪ >> come on out. >> right there. don't move a muscle. all
Feb 18, 2013 5:30pm EST
be youth programs. there could be &pprojects to beauttfy he neighborhoods- any and really cooo.>(((ot--joann orlinsky))<9:48:23 ii gives &psenior citizens another place to g, anotter way to ssay active and invested and healthier.>>he goal is to have the communiiy - center up and running by may..-& in a year it's expecttddto be pully functional- serviig bbth & young and old in the community. ((sot- john bernett)<9:40:43 from early in the morning and activity and a place that - people feel like theyycan just - come and it's kinda a hub.> it's gonna make me feell relieved thaa they don't have tt play innthe mcdonald's football. thhy got somewhere to play and enjoy themselves.. &p((nat sound up)) it's a labor of love---these communiiy members - hope will yeild beautifuu, - life channing results ((sot-joann))<9:47:35 it's a -3 wonderful way tt recycle the building. it's good for tte community.> in addition to cleaninn up the rec centerr--a commmnity 3 members are charged ithh generating sppcific ideas for the space andd lso discuss wwy
Feb 17, 2013 4:30am PST
of a wheel on a children's board game. but right at the start these two dollars mothers, joanne and christy, didn't even seem like players. >> this was the first time we ever did this. it was just a complete -- a lot of cute stuff out there and so christy went to work and came up with some concepts and here we are. >> it was things i glued together in my kitchen at the table. this was an example of a little bin that was basically just cardboard paper that i glued together. >> their daughters loved these homemade school locker decorations and so did their friends. >> on the first day of school the phone started ringing from other parents saying, where did you get that stuff? we want it. how do we get it? >> we realized there's a market for this. there's nothing out there like it and we should look into this as a business. >> they knew they couldn't do it themselves, and so their first step was to get some help. they met with consultant kyle priest of dallas based crown partners. >> if you feel you've come up with the next great idea and not sure what to do it can look like a mountain to over
Feb 25, 2013 8:00am PST
than the other children in our care? woman: there you go. go for it. turn. hello. i'm joanne hendrick, the author of the whole child and your guide to this video series. in this program, we're going to explore a number of ways we can effectively work with children with special and exceptiol needs. we'll observe children in a variety of programs: head start, family day-care homes, university schools, and private childcare centers. we'll also talk with teachers who will share their personal experiences working with children who have special needs. [computer beeps] woman: yes. press again. press again, des. keep pressing. keep pressing. [computer makes tone] oh, look, des, look! pretty. hendrick: how do we begin to help that child? what are our responsibilities, obligations, and expectations? when working with children witdisabilities or special needs, how do we define achievement? [comter beeps] ooh, look! color blue. [computer hums] see? there you go. let's see you do it. hendrick: how do we challeng and support the child so he can succeed? let's eat. let's eat. ha ha ha! take it to yo
Feb 23, 2013 2:30am PST
and joann, i looked at them, and said, well, i guess we have to make it now. >> with a business plan in place and major retail order in hand, the next step was manufacturing the products. they contacted rray sun. >> we are the bridge between the idea and the product. so if we want to turn the idea to view production in the first stage, you have to give us a design, you have to give us -- >> ray was willing to work with us at that point. not everybody would. some of the factories wanted you to have certain vacuum, business, knowledge established. ray was willing to take us from the start, walk us through, hold our handing and say, you guys are new, we can start with small quantity, we can tweak this. >> we had to decide how much of the product we wanted to make. he put together a team to source the product and came back with a product. >> with ray's help the fractries in china were all lined up whoo ill the retailers were waiting for the orders. the next step, the packing, shipping of the merchandise. that's when they got in trouble >> we tried to do it all. unfortunately it was a com
Feb 10, 2013 10:00am PST
she was. >> reporter: joanne kennedy is managing editor of "the catholic worker." >> you can't know dorothy day and not know about her pacifism and her commitment to the works of mercy, although that gets a little more play. but her pacifism gets almost none. >> the thing that primarily drew me to "the catholic worker" initially was that there was a catholic entity that was seriously, but seriously antiwar. it doesn't appear that some of the bishops who want her to be a saint. it doesn't appear that they care for her. >> reporter: day didn't care all that much for the catholic hierarchy, either. she was a faithful, traditional catholic whose life was steeped in prayer, but her longtime friends say she was also an independent woman. >> she said there were so many popes and abbots and bishops who -- they were -- those were not the models to foll. the models were the sats, and it was theaints who nstaly replenished the church. the saints and the sacraments. >> she'd say, "don't call me a saint. i don't want to be dismissed that easily." >> what particularly she didn't like about it was
Feb 13, 2013 11:00pm PST
the remains of her daughter, joann hobson. he is accused of chopping up and co-mingling her bones with those of other victims whose remains were recovered in linden last year. the lawsuit seeks unspecified damages for negligence and emotional distress. the sheriff has since asked the f-b-i to handle the search for additional victims. >> new developments in the richmond refinery fire. government investigators say today. chevron knew the pipe that leaked and fed the fire last year. should have been replaced. a report issued by the chemical safety board found. the decades old, 8-inch steel pipe ruptured due to corrosion. a board chairperson says, the pipe should have been replaced years earlier. the investigation into what caused the refinery fire is ongoing. so far, chevron has been fined nearly one - million dollars. >> a 5-thousand dollar reward up for grabs! it is being offered by the a-t-f for the arrest and conviction of the suspect behind the arson of this senior housing complex in west oakland. it was under construction at the time. the fire burned for hours and even melted nearby bart
Feb 15, 2013 6:30pm PST
herrera, city librarian with us. mohammed naru who is the head of dpw. we have joanne white, the fire chief is with us. and linda richardson, commissioner linda richardson is with us. let's welcome them, please. (applause) >> okay. we have greetings now in the program. i think we will go ahead and move forward with the greetings from the supervisors and we will then be followed by city administrator kelly will introduce the mayor upon the mayor's arrival. so, with that i'd like to ask supervisor cohen if you would come and extend greetings, please. >> thank you. amen, good morning, everyone. good afternoon. how are you? i have to say you look beautiful to look out and see so much red. this is an exciting time for all of us here in san francisco. and as i stand before you on this day, we celebrate black history month in san francisco. this is a day on which we acknowledge the being at the crossroads of equality and freedom. celebrating the emancipation proclamation as well as the march on washington, as well as the 100th birthday of our dear sister rosa parks. as our country continues
Feb 18, 2013 11:00am PST
the fire chief walk in and joanne is here. thank you for being here. and now we are going to go back to our regular program because we have several people who have wishes who have spoken words they want to give to you that kind of express their take on the tree of hope. first of all, mention once before but now hear to speak to you alahandro mahe and teaches at the san francisco university and short story edit tore and award winner and here he is. >> thank you. >> you look fabulous. you remind me of my first girlfriend. only she was not as tall. but, i want to thank the mayor lee, and the mayor's office, and jeff, and world rainbow fund and all of you for the invitation to be here tonight. we are so privileged to be able to gather together in community and joy and celebration and hope while so much of the world is plunged in darkness and chaos and war and intolerance. i am honored to read a poem for you tonight. >> the last time that i tried this, i pulled out a parking ticket. i got lucky this time. in spanish, hope, is aransa. and the plural is suransa many hopes. this is esperansas, in m
Feb 15, 2013 2:05am EST
. >> she shall remain nameless, joanne lamarka. >> if you have a sore on your shoulders or something and you want to rub it because you can't reach it, we have something that will work. it's a wrist band -- >> my wrist band is missing. >> yours is right here. oh that? it's like a pair of drawers for a ken doll. >> this goes in the side. i see what you're saying there, hoda woman. >> you put these on your fingers. >> all right i'm -- >> i need a manicure so bad. >> really, i was going to say, but woof as we say. >> i know. >> then you turn it on. and then go like that and then you put the vibrating thing on your -- that is not -- >> i don't think that's what it's really for. it might just be me. i don't know because god forbid i ever be the person that actually -- >> i want it off me. >> -- would know. i thought they were ear plugs. i swear to god i did. anyway, they run six hours on batteries in case you're wonderin just let you know. how does this turn on? >> this is why hoda and i don't like to rehearse anything beforehand. >> it works. >> we'll keep it going for over six hours and
Feb 14, 2013 5:00pm EST
. that was the predicted temperature. he was visiting fairbanks for the holidays. he's from mechanicsville. joanne did a great job sending this in. go to our website, click on the weather tab and upload your picture and give a description and where you're from, hometown. >> fairbanks, alaska, for the holidays, sounds great. >> cool. >> minus 58 degrees. >>> coming up breaking their silence, two of christopher dorner's final victims say the ex-lapd officer didn't seem like a bad man to them. >> but up next as the college of cardinals prepares to pick a new pope the vatican is out with new information about a health scare for the guy who still has the job. >>> as rome prepares for the upcoming conclave to elect a new pope there are new details about pope benedict's day to day living when he retires at the end of the month. danielle nottingham brings us the latest from the vatican. >> reporter: the vatican revealed pope benedict's closest aide will remain his private secretary and will also run the new pope's household. the duel role for the monsignor is raising questions about how much in
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